As the Fisher family had a very small house, Faye shared her bedroom with her youngest brother, Nigel. This meant that she fed him and put him to bed every night. It also meant that she would get up and take care of him at night if he woke up and needed to be changed or to be fed. They grew a special bond that followed Faye to the end of her life, she would always feel responsible for him. Soon she would be old enough to have her own children and her time with Nigel assured her that it would be great to be a mother.
With two teenagers in the house, the money flow had increased as of late. Both Byram and Faye had taken part-time jobs and they helped out in the house very well. Since Faye was a natural cook, she had also taken to cook all the family meals, that were much appreciated by the rest of the family. Anne, who was very proud of her daughter, always complimented her for her fine cookery, she was certain she could even cook a Royal meal for the King and Queen, and they would love it.
With the come of spring, even the Fisher family, who focused their efforts in fishing, grew vegetables on their plot. The amount food they were required to produce for their land-lords was quite extensive and it was important they got as much produce as possible already from the first warm days of the year. It also meant that they had a very diverse diet, which meant that they actually enjoyed good health, which they of course needed, for all the hard work they had to perform.
Nigel grew up into a child, and he gained the trait of bookworm. Anne and William looked at each other with concern, they would most certainly never afford to send the boy to school. Was he to waste his bookworm trait and never make good use of it? They agreed that they had to think of something, it would be ashamed not to let the boy utilize such a noble trait.
William was very proud with his little family, they were managing well and most importantly they cared and loved each other dearly. He could never have dreamed of something better. On nice days he would take the boys to the beach and they would fish together, they had all agreed to help him out to be able to present the perfect aquarium, that was his life-time wish. The three very much enjoyed spending time fishing together out in the beautiful landscape of Castle Keep.